JManga7 will offer new and old manga, seven days a week, at very reasonable subscription prices, you know.
Source: Robot 6
JDate, the world's leading Jewish singles network, has been offering full volumes of manga for sale on it its sister site, JManga, since 2010. JManga knows, however, that if there's one thing its customers really appreciate, it's a great bargain. That's why, after listening to kvetching from customers, they've decided to open JManga7, a service that allows readers full access to a bupkes-load of new and old manga at a reasonable subscription rate.
"Oy vey," said BK Thomson, Outhouse staffer. "Are you some kind of shmendrick? That site is so not Jewish."
That may be so, but the site certainly has shiksa appeal, giving discerning readers a chance to nosh on a large catalog of manga for one low rate, which will hopefully entice them to head over to JManga and purchase some full volumes. This isn't just schlock! It's quality manga, some released shortly after its publication in Japan. The idea may be mishegas, but it just might work!
"You've got a lot of chutzpah, Jude Terror," said GHERU, a prominent Jewish Outhouse writer. "Just because the site has the letter J in the title doesn't make it Jewish, you schmuck! Did you ever think it stood for 'Japanese'? Your shtick is farkakt!"
Okay, okay, don't plotz! This point is, starting in October, JManga7 will offer access to all the manga you need, seven days a week. That's right, even on the Sabbath! It's the kind of deal that everyone can appreciate, and should be celebrated for the innovative digital initiative it is. Mazel Tov, JManga. Mazel Tov.